What a night it was. I think we would all agree that our judge Paul Robinson provided us with great feedback on our Photo of the Year images. However the real excitement for the evening was the announcement of various awards. Congratulations to all those who were recognised for their efforts in 2017.
What a great turn out for this year's Glenmaggie workshop. So much to do and so little time. We covered slow shutter speed photography, composition, Lightroom , bokeh balls and depth of field, astrophotography and some great studio portraits with our beautiful model Michaela.
This was my third Glenmaggie workshop and for me to spend the day with photo friends sharing hands-on activities is a highlight of the year.
We'll do it all again next year of course, and would love to hear from you some ideas of what you would like to be covered next year.
What a great exhibition of images for our "Open" competition.
I think all of us who were there appreciated the very informative and helpful feedback comments provided by our judge Emma Gillette. Thanks Emma.
Time now to start organising your entries for the Photo of the Year competition which are due at our October meeting.
What a terrific meeting. Ian gave a presentation on the topic "Developing Your Vision for Location Photography" and presented two raffle prizes. Melissa won a copy of his book Lightscapes, and Nathan won a limited edition print of an Arctic landscape. That and all the delicious food contributed by members made for a memorable meeting - thank you Ian1